William Nidderaugh 1677

Submitted by: Joyce M Oates
Date: 23 August 2017
Original: 0106203

Archdeacon Will 1677A #104 Jurby will of William Nidderaugh, died 21 March 1676/7: 
Summary:  wife [Alice Bell] is not mentioned [her will ArW 1663A #002 Jurby], dau in law Alice Gawne (has a daughter), 
son Thomas, son William, also: Joney Nidderaugh, wittnesses & pledges: Mullenex Bittle & John Christrie / Christory
will of wife: ArW 1663A #002 Jurby, of Alice Nidderaugh alias Bell, died 4 February 1663/4, 
husband is alive: sons William & Thomas Nidderaugh, husband alive

Joubey May the 3d 1677 This is affirmed to be the last will & Testamt: of William Nederagh who departed this life the 21 of March last, being in perfect me mory; first he bequeathed his soul to God & his body to Christian buri= all. Itm: he left in legacie to his daughter in law Alice Gawn & her daughter two sheep & a blankett. Itm: he left to ye sd Alice & her daughter half a linnen wheele & the small vessells in the house. Itm: he left to his son Thomas a sheep & an hogg, & the cloath yt was betwixt him & his said son Thomas he left unto him. Itm: he appointed that ye firlet of oats re= maining in the house should be equally divided betwixt his said son Thomas & his son William, & a gallon of rie to be equally divided to his said sonns. Itm: he left to Jony Nederagh a hogg or a sheep as his executor should think fitt. Itm: he left to ye mnister a mutton. Lastly he constituted & appointed his son Willm: his lawfull executor of all ye rest of his goods moveable & unmoveable Testes Munlex Bittle } pbatum est et solvit 6d John Christree } jurati The above inventory priced by 4 sworne men viz Steven Clarke John Christian, Jo: Christry, and Mull: Bittle amounts to ... 0£ - 7s - 3d The Executor at age, sworn and given pledges secundum forman legis Mulleneux Bittle, and John Christry

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